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Monday, Week 2, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW:


Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus Chris Jericho
Last night at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View CM Punk defeated Ryback in the evening’s Hell in a Cell main event, in the process successfully defending his WWE Championship and handing Ryback his first ever loss. Tonight, in Monday Night RAW’s non-title main event, CM Punk will take on a Superstar that returned last night at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View, Chris Jericho. Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero has rehired Jericho and Y2J made his return last night, only to be interrupted by another man who the WWE Universe have not seen in many months, the “Baddest Man on the Planet”, Brock Lesnar. Jericho came face to face with Lesnar for the very first time last night and would seemingly have had a physical altercation were it not for Lesnar stepping out of the ring, not wanting to fight Jericho on that particular occasion. Tonight Jericho will take part in his first match in over a month and will need to shake off any ring rust quickly as he takes on the self-proclaimed “Best in the World”, the WWE Champion CM Punk. These two men had a rivalry over the WWE Championship earlier in the year with Punk defeating Jericho at Wrestlemania and again the next month, at Extreme Rules, to retain his WWE Championship. Will Punk beat Jericho yet again tonight or will Y2J be victorious in his first match back?

US Champion Antonio Cesaro & Kassius Ohno vs. Santino Marella & Zack Ryder
Kassius Ohno, a dangerous competitor who has been running rough shot over NXT over the past few months, will make his debut on Monday Night RAW tonight as he teams with the WWE United States Champion Antonio Cesaro to take on the team of Santino Marella and Zack Ryder, otherwise known as “Team CoBro”. Last night at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Cesaro defeated Santino Marella to make his second successful defence of the United States Championship, and the “Swiss Sensation” Cesaro will be hoping to gain another victory over Santino tonight in tag team action. Santino and Ryder were victorious last week on RAW against the team of Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins and will be looking for another all-important win tonight.

Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus JTG and Michael McGillicutty
Speaking of tag teams, two newly formed teams will compete against one another tonight on Monday Night RAW as the “Funkasaurus” Brodus Clay will team with Alex Riley to take on the team of JTG and the Son of Mr. Perfect, Curt Hennig, the Third Generation Superstar Michael McGillicitty. The WWE Tag Team Champions Kane and Daniel Bryan, otherwise known as Team Hell No, successfully defeated Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow, collectively known as the Rhodes Scholars, last night at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View to retain their WWE Tag Team Championships, and a victory for either Brodus and Riley or JTG and McGillicitty tonight on RAW could propel them up the tag team ladder and earn them a future opportunity to challenge Team Hell No for the WWE Tag Team Championships. McGillicutty suffered defeat last week on RAW at the hands of the almost unstoppable Ryback, and Brodus Clay also lost last week on RAW to the Miz, so both men will be hoping to bounce back and earn a victory for their respective team tonight.

Ryback versus Jack Swagger
Ryback suffered his first ever loss last night at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View as CM Punk defeated him in the evening’s Hell in a Cell main event to successfully retain the WWE Championship. Ryback will likely be in a foul mood tonight on Monday Night RAW and may well take his frustrations out on his opponent tonight, Jack Swagger. The Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero announced last week that Swagger had returned as she accompanied him and claimed that he would be focusing on once again winning the United States Championship, a title currently held by Antonio Cesaro. A victory tonight over Ryback would surely turn heads and may earn Swagger the title opportunity that he craves.

Mason Ryan versus Tensai
We have not seen the Welsh powerhouse Mason Ryan on Monday Night RAW for several months, but the Brit will make his return tonight as he takes on the dangerous Tensai. These two huge men will compete in what is sure to be a hard-hitting encounter. Will the youth and exuberance of Mason Ryan be able to combat the experience of Tensai? Sakamoto has not accompanied Tensai to ringside for several weeks now and some experts feel that the lack of Sakamoto’s presence has led to Tensai being less dominant in his matches. Will that change tonight?



Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix
Finally, Divas action tonight on Monday Night RAW will see a rematch from last week when Kelly Kelly defeated Beth Phoenix in her first match on RAW in several months. On last week’s Backstage Fallout Kelly Kelly told RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero that she thought the way Vickie took AJ Lee’s job from under her nose was unfair. This led to the trio of Beth Phoenix, Natalya and Kharma attacking Kelly. Last night at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Beth, Natalya and Kharma again attacked Kelly at the behest of Vickie Guerrero until the cavalry arrived in the form of AJ, Kaitlyn and the legendary Trish Stratus. What role may Trish Stratus have to play in the Divas division? One must wonder if we will see Trish again tonight on RAW. After Eve defeated Kaitlyn last night, several Divas will also be hoping to become the next Number One Contender to Eve’s Divas title. Many questions can be posed, we may find out some answers tonight, live on Monday Night RAW.



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Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus Chris Jericho
US Champion Antonio Cesaro & Kassius Ohno vs. Santino Marella & Zack Ryder
Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus JTG and Michael McGillicutty
Ryback versus Jack Swagger
Mason Ryan versus Tensai
Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix



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Monday, Week 2, October, 2012


WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from the Jobing.com Arena (AZ), 17,799 in Attendance)


Pre-Show: Richie Steamboat versus Curt Hawkins
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Richie Steamboat defeated Curt Hawkins in 17:54 by pinfall with a Flying Cross Body. This match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved.
Match Rating: D-

Pre-Show: The Road Dogg versus Tyler Reks
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Tyler Reks defeated The Road Dogg in 18:21 by pinfall with a Burning Hammer. The Road Dogg was visibly tiring towards the end of this match.
Match Rating: D+

Pre-Show: John Cena versus Dean Ambrose
In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, John Cena defeated Dean Ambrose in 6:56 by pinfall with an Attitude Adjustment. John Cena looked good out there.
Match Rating: B

Before Monday Night RAW goes live on the air the Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero comes to the ring. She says that she hopes that everybody enjoys tonight’s show and that she hopes that she starts to receive the respect that she deserves now that she is in a position of authority, as RAW is her show now.
Rating: C+






Paul Heyman comes to the ring before Monday Night RAW begins live on television. He takes a microphone and says that he is about to introduce the WWE Champion CM Punk, and that he hopes that Punk receives the respect that he deserves from the WWE Universe following his successful title defence last night inside the Hell in a Cell against Ryback.
Rating: B+

Monday Night RAW begins with Paul Heyman standing in the ring holding a microphone. Heyman then introduces the man who has held the WWE Championship for almost a full year, the WWE Champion and best wrestler in the World, CM Punk. CM Punk then comes to the ring and shakes hands with Heyman before proclaiming to the WWE Universe that last night he made history by defeating Ryback inside the Hell in a Cell, in the process becoming the first person to defeat Ryback. Punk then says that in tonight’s non-title main event he will take on a man who made his return last night, Chris Jericho. At Y2J’s name, Brock Lesnar’s music hits and the “Baddest Man on the Planet” makes his way to the ring. Lesnar shakes hands with Heyman, and then Punk. Lesnar says that he is back in the WWE and at Survivor Series he will lead a five man team in a Traditional Survivor Series match against a team led by Chris Jericho. Lesnar says that he will name his team later tonight, and that all of his team members will be in action tonight as they take on members of Jericho’s team in several matches. Lesnar tells Punk to beat Jericho tonight, but to save some of him for Lesnar at Survivor Series. The three men all smile before leaving the ring together.
Rating: B+

Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Kelly Kelly defeated Beth Phoenix in 7:41 by pinfall with a K2. Natalya accompanied Beth Phoenix to ringside for this match.
Match Rating: C+









After the match Kelly announces that at Survivor Series Kaitlyn will lead a five Diva team in a Traditional Survivor Series match against a team captained by the Divas Champion Eve. Kelly then announces that she will be on Kaitlyn’s team and that they will be fighting for AJ Lee after the sickening way that she was ousted from her job by Vickie Guerrero. Beth then takes a microphone and says that both she and Natalya will be on Eve’s team at Survivor Series, and that they also have a special wild card. Kharma then comes to the ring, standing side by side with Beth and Natalya, and it appears as though Kharma will also be on Eve’s team at Survivor Series.
Rating: C+

US Champion Antonio Cesaro & Kassius Ohno vs. Santino Marella & Zack Ryder
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Kings Of Wrestling defeated Team CoBro in 7:37 when Antonio Cesaro defeated Santino Marella by pinfall with a K.R.S. O.N.E. Cesaro and Ohno showed great chemistry teaming together and they will both be on Team Lesnar at Survivor Series whilst Santino and Ryder will be part of Team Jericho.
Match Rating: C+

Chris Jericho can be seen in the back watching a monitor, and he does not seem happy that two of his team mates at Survivor Series in Santino and Ryder just lost. Trish Stratus then walks past Chris, and smiles at him, saying that it’s good to have him back. Jericho says that the same can be said about Trish, and the pair smile to one another before Trish walks off.
Rating: C-

Mason Ryan versus Tensai
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Tensai defeated Mason Ryan in 7:56 by pinfall with a Reverse Piledriver. Tensai will be on Team Lesnar at Survivor Series whilst Mason Ryan will represent Team Jericho.
Match Rating: B-








Following Tensai’s victory Brock Lesnar comes out to shake Tensai’s hand. Lesnar says that so far his team mates at Survivor Series have all been victorious against members of Team Jericho. Lesnar says that there is no way that he will lose to a Canadian at Survivor Series. Shockingly, Bret Hart then comes to the ring! Bret takes a microphone and tells Lesnar that he hopes Jericho beats him in the Traditional Survivor Series match, and that Jericho is one of the greatest wrestlers to ever come out of Canada. Lesnar simply smirks at Bret before leading Tensai out of the ring and heading to the back.
Rating: B+

Ryback versus Jack Swagger
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Ryback defeated Jack Swagger in 8:04 by pinfall with a Suplex Powerslam. Vickie Guerrero accompanied Swagger to ringside for this match, and Swagger will be a part of Team Lesnar at Survivor Series. Ryback, on the other hand, will complete Team Jericho at Survivor Series.
Match Rating: C+

Backstage Chris Jericho and the rest of his Survivor Series team Santino Marella, Zack Ryder, and Mason Ryan seem happy following Ryback’s victory over Swagger. Santino says that Ryback is unstoppable and will help them to victory at Survivor Series. Team Lesnar members Tensai, Kassius Ohno and the US Champion Antonio Cesaro then come into the room and brag that Ryback will be no match for the power of Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series.
Rating: B

Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus JTG and Michael McGillicutty
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Brodus & Riley defeated JTG & McGillicutty in 8:16 when Brodus Clay defeated JTG by submission. Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler note on commentary that Brodus and Riley could become future contenders to the WWE Tag Team Championships, but Michael Cole argues that they’re a long way off a title shot yet.
Match Rating: C






AJ Lee comes to the ring and says that she is very disappointed that she is no longer the General Manager of RAW, and feels that Vickie Guerrero created the rumour about her and John Cena as a way of taking her job. Cena then joins AJ in the ring and says that he’s going to do all he can to get AJ’s job back, but that the good news is that Vickie does not have full control of RAW yet, and that he heard from the Board of Directors earlier today that the main event of Survivor Series would see John Cena challenge CM Punk for the WWE Championship in a Last Man Standing match.
Rating: C+

Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus Chris Jericho
In a match that had excellent in-ring action and great heat from the audience, CM Punk defeated Chris Jericho in 12:54 by pinfall with a Roundhouse Kick. Punk and Jericho have pretty good chemistry as opponents, and it lifted the match.
Match Rating: B

Backstage Fallout: Richie Steamboat can be seen backstage telling the camera that it is great that he has been an opportunity here on Monday Night RAW, and can’t wait for his first match. Steamboat is then attacked from behind, and the man that knocks Steamboat to the floor says that his name is Peter Orlov, and he’s here to take the spotlight.
Rating: E-

Backstage Fallout: An unknown man can be seen getting out his car, and he tells the camera that his name is Mike Dalton. He says that he’s part of a new talent initiative on Monday Night RAW and that in a few month’s time he will be driving a much nicer car than this.
Rating: F-

Backstage Fallout: The Road Dogg can be seen backstage looking over notes for tonight’s show, performing his duties as a backstage staff member. A giant of a man then walks over to the Road Dogg, and introduces himself as Brodie Lee. The Road Dogg tells Lee that if he ever needs any advice, the D-O-double-G’s door is always open. Lee says that he doesn’t want any advice from an old man, and walks off.
Rating: D




Backstage Fallout: The Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero is in her office, when there is a knock at the door. Leo Kruger comes in and says that he is thankful for the opportunities to start hunting his prey here on RAW. Vickie seems a little uncomfortable with Leo Kruger, as he stokes his beard, and says that she will give him the opportunity to go hunting soon, but she has things to do right now.
Rating: D+

Final Show Rating: B


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SteenBTW: 3/5
Smasher1311: 1/3
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Tuesday, Week 2, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE NXT:


NXT Title: Seth Rollins © vs. Percy Watson vs. Briley Pierce vs. William Regal
The first ever NXT Champion Seth Rollins will look to make his second successful defence of the NXT Championship tonight on NXT as he will put the title on the line in a Fatal Four-Way match against the challenge of the charismatic Percy Watson, the veteran William Regal as well as the relatively unknown Briley Pierce. For the most part on NXT we have seen Briley Pierce as a backstage interviewer but tonight he will make his in-ring debut, and the match that he will debut in tonight may well be the most important match on NXT history as the NXT title is decided in a Fatal Four-Way match for the very first time in the evening’s main event. Not much is known about Briley Pierce as an in-ring competitor but as the younger Brother of Friday Night SmackDown!’s Money in the Bank winner Dolph Ziggler he is sure to be a bit of an Egomaniac if he is anything like his brother Ziggler, who has been acting like a “Show Off” in the WWE for many years now. Briley Pierce is twenty-seven years old and has been training to be a professional wrestler for around one year now so would certainly be seen as a young lion and is likely to be hungry to win the NXT Championship in his very first match tonight. Pierce is a lightweight and has a similar body shape to his brother Ziggler, and will be celebrating his twenty-eighth birthday on the first week of November, in under a month’s time. What better early birthday present could the young Pierce have than to become only the second ever NXT Champion in only his first ever match? If not much is known about Briley Pierce as an in-ring competitor then the opposite could be said of William Regal. Last week on NXT Regal returned to in-ring competition following a spell as a colour commentator on NXT. Regal has now returned to the ring, leaving Byron Saxton to announce NXT on his own. Regal was successful in his in-ring return last week, defeating the young Xavier Woods in Woods’ debut NXT match following an altercation between the pair in which Regal completely disrespected the youngster. The third challenger tonight, Percy Watson, has been impressing many in NXT over the past few months will his athleticism, and the young lion is certainly very entertaining. Watson is a three year pro at twenty-eight years old, and would love nothing more than to become the new NXT Champion tonight in what is sure to be a tremendous main event.

Derrick Bateman versus Corey Graves
We have not seen the young Derrick Bateman on NXT in quite a while, and it appears that now his ill-fated relationship with the vixen Maxine is over, the talented Bateman is now able to focus on in-ring competition. Bateman will return to action tonight on NXT against a man making his NXT debut, Corey Graves. Derrick Bateman has liked to have fun in his previous stints on NXT, but rumours are that he is now going to adopt more of a “Bad Ass” image in an attempt to be taken more seriously by NXT General Manager Dusty Rhodes. Bateman is without a doubt very entertaining, and despite being a lightweight officially he has often been called by the likes of William Regal and John Cena the pound for pound strongest man in the WWE. Bateman likes to talk, and has a great personality, but tonight on NXT the twenty-seven year old will look to get serious as he looks to return to NXT in winning fashion. Bateman has now been competing on NXT for three years and although the American can still be considered a young lion, many are questioning whether the time is now right for Bateman to stand up and be noticed by either the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero or the Friday Night SmackDown! General Manager Booker T. Bateman’s opponent tonight, Corey Graves, is only one year older than Bateman at twenty-eight years old. However, although Graves is making his NXT debut tonight he is a twelve year pro. Despite any success the heavily tattooed Graves may have had on the independent circuit, however, he can still be considered a young lion here on NXT as he enters the so-called “big leagues”. Corey Graves is a lightweight, like Derrick Bateman, and is a big fan of dark grunge, claiming that the darker side of the grunge scene reflects his personality, as can evidently be seen by Graves’ aforementioned heavily tattooed arms. Graves claims that all of his tattoos have a relevance to him and they all tell a story. Graves will look to write the first chapter of his NXT story tonight with a big victory over Derrick Bateman.











Naomi versus Paige
Finally, Divas action tonight on NXT will see the former Funkadaktyll Naomi take on the Diva from Norwich, England, Paige. Naomi will be making her in-ring debut tonight on NXT but many will know her as one of the girls that accompanied Brodus Clay to ringside during his matches for the majority of his career in the WWE. Brodus has now broken ties with both Cameron and Naomi and the latter has decided to begin an in-ring career. We all know that Naomi is a fantastic dancer, not only from her antics in the ring with Brodus Clay but also from her time as a Dancer for the NBA side the Orlando Magic. Although she has been appearing with Brodus Clay in the WWE for a few years now, Naomi is a three year pro and at just twenty-four years old she has the potential to become a great Diva in the years to come. However, Naomi’s small body could be a weakness here tonight as she takes on the more powerful, not to mention more experienced, Paige.



Quick Picks:
NXT Title: Seth Rollins © vs. Percy Watson vs. Briley Pierce vs. William Regal
Derrick Bateman versus Corey Graves
Naomi versus Paige


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Tuesday, Week 2, October, 2012


WWE NXT (Live from the Savannah Center Promenade (GA), 400 in Attendance)





NXT begins with Xavier Woods making his way to the ring, and the fan favourite is quick to retrieve a microphone from the ringside area. Woods reminds the NXT Universe that last week, on his NXT debut, he was disrespected by William Regal as the veteran from Blackpool, England, came to the ring and slapped him across the face. Woods goes on to say that unfortunately he lost his match to William Regal last week but that he knows he can do better and would love a chance to take on Regal again. Xavier Woods says that he knows the NXT General Manager, the “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes is watching and he urges Rhodes to give him another opportunity to take on William Regal. Woods says that if there’s one thing that he has got, its heart, and that he didn’t take kindly to the lack of respect that Regal showed him last week. William Regal’s music then hits and the crafty veteran slowly makes his way to the ring, wiping his boots on the ring apron before gracefully entering the ring through the ropes. Regal takes a microphone and says that he won’t be wrestling Xavier Woods tonight, as he has already beaten him last week and that, quite frankly, taking on scoundrels such as Xavier Woods is below him. Regal tells Woods that tonight, in NXT’s Fatal Four-Way main event, he will join Briley Pierce and Percy Watson in challenging Seth Rollins for the NXT Championship. Regal smirks before telling Woods to watch tonight’s main event very closely, as tonight is the night that Regal adds another Championship to the over forty titles that he has previously won, as he will defeat the youngsters Watson, Pierce and Rollins to become the brand new NXT Champion. Xavier Woods tells Regal that there are three great young competitors in tonight’s match, and that although he respects everything that Regal has done in this business, it is time for the youngsters to shine, and that is what NXT should be all about. Regal gets extremely angry at this, calls Woods sunshine and says that if he wanted to he could out wrestle every single wrestler on the NXT roster, turning them upside down, inside out and bending them into pretzels. Regal reminds Woods that their match last week was Woods’ first ever match on NXT, and that quite frankly he doesn’t see anything that might suggest that Woods could be a future WWE Superstar on either Monday Night RAW or Friday Night SmackDown! Woods seems highly offended by this and squares up to William Regal before the snobby Englishman Regal simply smiles and heads to the back, leaving young Xavier Woods looking incensed at the lack of respect shown to him.
Rating: C




Naomi versus Paige
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Paige defeated Naomi in 7:54 by pinfall with a DDT. Naomi, the former “Funkadaktyll” best known for accompanying the “Funkasaurus” Brodus Clay to the ring on Monday Night RAW, didn’t look to shabby tonight in her in-ring debut and her first television appearance since her alignment with Brodus Clay ended. Naomi showed her skills as a former dancer for the Orlando Magic of the NBA by implementing some tremendous flexibility in the match but unfortunately for her the lack of in-ring experience ultimately cost her as the Diva from Norwich, England, Paige, picked up the all-important victory. Last week on Friday Night SmackDown it was announced by Kaitlyn that Paige was the Diva that attacked her prior to her scheduled title match at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View, and that Eve had promised her a contract on SmackDown for carrying out the assault. Byron Saxton noted on commentary that Paige may well be set to head to SmackDown should General Manager Booker T honour the bargain that Eve seemingly made with Paige.
Match Rating: E-

A Diva who we have not previously seen before on NXT, Caylee Turner, makes her way to the ring. Caylee takes a microphone and introduces herself to the NXT Universe by noting that she is the sister of WWE Diva Alicia Fox. Maxine then interrupts Caylee Turner and says that last week she had to teach Audrey Marie some respect and it looks like she will have to teach Caylee Turner some respect tonight, as to Maxine, Caylee looks like another young, boring, bimbo, trying to make a name for herself based on her family relations. Raquel Diaz then joins Caylee and Maxine in the ring and says that her Father was the late, great, Eddie Guerrero, but that she is not here to become a success based on her family, and is instead focused on her “Exfoliating Ugly” tour. Diaz looks at both Caylee and Maxine before saying that, to be honest, both of them could do with a makeover. Caylee then slaps Raquel Diaz, and Maxine slaps Caylee. Before long, a brawl breaks out between the three Divas which has to be separated by NXT officials.
Rating: D







Derrick Bateman versus Corey Graves
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Derrick Bateman defeated Corey Graves in 8:21 by pinfall with a Crossbody. Tonight was the first time that we have seen Derrick Bateman on NXT in quite a while whilst the heavily tattooed dark punk follower Corey Graves was making his NXT debut. This was a competitive match with Derrick Bateman, though always entertaining, showing more aggression than we have seen from him before, acting like more of a “Bad Ass” now that his relationship troubles seem to be behind him. Ultimately this new found aggression led to Bateman picking up the all-important victory.
Match Rating: E+

NXT Title: Seth Rollins © vs. Percy Watson vs. Briley Pierce vs. William Regal
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Seth Rollins defeated Percy Watson, Briley Pierce and William Regal in 11:41 by pinfall after pinning Briley Pierce following the Fade to Black. Seth Rollins makes defence number two of his NXT Championship. This was perhaps one of the best matches in NXT history, and even Briley Pierce looked competitive on his NXT in-ring debut. Percy Watson showed his great athleticism whilst Regal dominated large parts of the match due to his experience. Ultimately, Rollins picked up the victory and retained the NXT title after pinning Briley Pierce whilst Regal was stomping on Percy Watson outside of the ring.
Match Rating: C-


Final Show Rating: D+




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SteenBTW: 3/5
Smasher1311: 1/3
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Thursday, Week 2, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Superstars:







R-Truth versus Johnny Curtis
Tonight’s WWE Superstars main event will see the charismatic, if a little mentally unhinged, former WWE United States Champion R-Truth in action as he will take on the Superstar that can best be described as weird, Johnny Curtis. This past Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Dolph Ziggler, Friday Night SmackDown!’s Money in the Bank winner, defeated R-Truth in singles competition. After defeating R-Truth, Ziggler took back his Money in the Bank briefcase after R-Truth had stolen it last week on SmackDown. Both Dolph Ziggler as well as his business associate, the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero, will likely be very pleased that they no longer have to attempt to take the briefcase back from R-Truth, and will hope that R-Truth will turn his attentions elsewhere for the foreseeable future. R-Truth claimed that he stole the Money in the Bank briefcase from Ziggler as Ziggler and Vickie had kidnapped R-Truth’s imaginary child friend, Little Jimmy. Whether or not R-Truth still believes that Little Jimmy is in Ziggler and Vickie’s custody remains to be seen, but if R-Truth is still missing Little Jimmy then he may well take all of his frustrations out in tonight’s Superstars main event against Johnny Curtis. It would appear that R-Truth and Kofi Kingston are taking a break from teaming with one another now that Kofi Kingston is the WWE Intercontinental Champion, but according to all sources the former WWE Tag Team Champions Truth and Kingston remain good friends and have not ruled out renewing their tag team in the future. We have not seen Johnny Curtis in the WWE regularly for several months, but he had been appearing fleetingly on NXT up until the last few weeks. Johnny Curtis always seems to be creeping around the locker-room backstage eyeing up the WWE Divas, and judging by some of the tweets and touts he sends out he is not completely fussy when it comes to the fairer gender. Johnny Curtis earned himself a contract by winning a series of NXT a few years ago in its previous competition format, but since then has failed to make any real waves in the WWE, spending a lot of last year in a rivalry with Derrick Bateman over the affections of the devilish man eater Maxine. Johnny Curtis could come a long way to creating some momentum for himself with what would certainly be considered an upset victory against R-Truth tonight.







Sin Cara versus David Otunga
Also tonight on WWE Superstars the high-flying Mexican sensation Sin Cara will be in singles competition as he goes one on one with the only trained attorney in WWE history, the Harvard educated Law graduate and husband of pop princess Jennifer Hudson. Sin Cara will be wrestling primarily as a singles competitor for the next few months as his mentor and tag team partner Rey Mysterio suffered a knee injury in the finals of the WWE Tag Team Championship tournament a few weeks ago on Monday Night RAW, in a match that was ultimately won by the team of Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow, collectively known as the Rhodes Scholars. Early indications of Rey Mysterio’s injury unfortunately suggest that it is a pretty bad one, and the earliest that we will be seeing the masked Rey Mysterio back in a WWE ring on RAW or Friday Night SmackDown is likely to be December. Until then, Sin Cara is more than capable of entertaining the WWE Universe in singles action, having wrestled as an individual for the majority of his career. David Otunga seemed to have an association with the Mexican Aristocrat Alberto Del Rio a few months ago as Otunga campaigned to have the World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus’s Brogue Kick banned. However, SmackDown General Manager Booker T overturned his decision and since then it appears that Del Rio has decided to no longer align himself with Otunga. It is not exactly surprising that David Otunga does not have many friends as on top of being extremely manipulative and conniving he also has a very high opinion of himself and can regularly be seen flexing his muscles in the ring, sometimes at his disadvantage as he allows himself to be distracted by his chiselled physique whilst competing.







Ezekiel versus Jinder Mahal
Finally, one third of 3MB, otherwise known as the Three Man Band, will be in action tonight on WWE Superstars as the wealthy Jinder Mahal, known as almost royalty in India, will take on the former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ezekiel Jackson. Last week on Friday Night SmackDown Jinder Mahal’s fellow 3MB members, Heath Slater and Drew McIntyre, were victorious in tag team action as they defeated the team of Jimmy and Jey Uso, collectively known as the Uso’s. It is not known whether or not Slater and McIntyre will accompany Mahal to ringside tonight, but in recent times it has appeared that 3MB run as a pack, and they have certainly made an impact since forming their stable almost a month ago. According to tweets sent out by the 3MB members, Jinder Mahal is the funny one of the group, and can regularly be seen smiling along with McIntyre and Slater when the trio send out touts. Even when taking away his recent association with Slater and McIntyre as a part of 3MB, Jinder Mahal is not a Superstar to be taken lightly, and is a second generation wrestler as his uncle used to compete in India and around the World as the Great Gama Singh. Since losing the WWE Intercontinental Championship to Cody Rhodes at the beginning of August last year, Ezekiel Jackson has dropped off the proverbial radar a little bit, and has not appeared on television in over a month now. Whilst Jinder Mahal would crave a win tonight in order to continue to ride the wave of momentum that he and his band mates have created since forming 3MB, Ezekiel Jackson is desperate for a victory tonight to prove that he is still relevant and that Booker T should not forget about him.

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R-Truth versus Johnny Curtis
Sin Cara versus David Otunga
Ezekiel versus Jinder Mahal


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Thursday, Week 2, October, 2012


WWE Superstars (Live from Reitz Arena (MD), 3,500 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Kaitlyn versus Tenille Tayla
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Kaitlyn defeated Tenille Tayla in 18:10 by pinfall with a Wedgie Flatliner. Kaitlyn was visibly tiring towards the end of this match as it perhaps went on a little longer than it should have done. Despite being tired, Kaitlyn was still able to pick up the victory against newcomer Tenille Tayla in what was Tayla’s debut match.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu versus The Ascension
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Trent & Yoshi defeated The Ascension in 18:02 when Trent Barreta defeated Kenneth Cameron by pinfall with a Gobstopper Knee. This match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved, as although both Kenneth Cameron and Conor O’Brian, collectively known as the Ascension, have had several matches on NXT, they are still not very well known by the WWE Universe.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: The Uso’s versus Team Rhodes Scholars
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Team Rhodes Scholars defeated The Uso's in 18:15 when Cody Rhodes defeated Jey Uso by pinfall with a Cross Rhodes. Twin brothers Jimmy and Jey Uso showed excellent chemistry teaming together but were unable to get the win as Team Rhodes Scholars bounced back from their loss against the WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View this past Sunday.
Match Rating: C-






Ezekiel versus Jinder Mahal
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Jinder Mahal defeated Ezekiel in 5:35 by pinfall with a Sands of Time. Alicia Fox accompanied Ezekiel Jackson to the ring for this match but seemed disappointed with Ezekiel following his loss to 3MB member Jinder Mahal and Ezekiel and Alicia got into an argument before Alicia stormed off. It seem as though Alicia Fox’s relationship with Ezekiel has ended after just one appearance together.
Match Rating: C-

The RAW rebound shows events from this past week on Monday Night RAW, as the show began with the WWE Champion CM Punk and Paul Heyman boasting in the ring after Punk defeated Ryback in a Hell in a Cell match on Sunday to retain his WWE Championship. Brock Lesnar then joined Punk in the ring and announced that at Survivor Series Lesnar will lead a five man team in a Traditional Survivor Series match to take on a team captained by the newly reinstated Chris Jericho. It appears that an alignment has formed between Paul Heyman and his two associates Brock Lesnar and the WWE Champion CM Punk. Lesnar’s team was revealed throughout the evening as the United States Champion Antonio Cesaro and the newcomer Kassius Ohno, Tensai and Jack Swagger. Jericho’s team will consist of Ryback, Santino Marella, Zack Ryder and the Welsh powerhouse Mason Ryan. We also learnt this past week on RAW that at Survivor Series John Cena will challenge CM Punk for the WWE Championship in a Last Man Standing match. Cena announced that the match had been made by the Board of Directors, who still have more authority than the Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero. In RAW’s non-title main event, CM Punk defeated Chris Jericho in Jericho’s first match back.
Rating: B

Sin Cara versus David Otunga
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Sin Cara defeated David Otunga in 6:16 by pinfall with a La Mística. Natalya accompanied the Harvard Law School graduate David Otunga to ringside for this match, but was unable to lead Otunga to victory as the Mexican Sensation Sin Cara picked up the all-important win. With Natalya managing David Otunga, she is set to have a busy month as she will also be a part of the WWE Divas Champion Eve’s team in the Traditional Survivor Series Elimination match against a team captained by Kaitlyn.
Match Rating: C-


We are treated to brief highlights of Randy Orton’s victory over Alberto Del Rio this past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. We also see a tout from Alberto Del Rio in which he can be seen shouting at his ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez for not cleaning his car well enough. Del Rio then turns to the camera and announces that tomorrow night on Friday Night SmackDown he will go one on one with the World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus in SmackDown’s non-title main event.
Rating: B+

R-Truth versus Johnny Curtis
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, R-Truth defeated Johnny Curtis in 6:31 by pinfall with a What's Up?. R-Truth has been improving as of late in terms of getting a good reaction from the WWE Universe. It appears that R-Truth has found Little Jimmy again after he thought that his imaginary friend had been kidnapped by Dolph Ziggler and Monday Night RAW’s Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero.
Match Rating: C

Post-Show: Santino Marella and Zack Ryder vs. Hunico and Camacho
In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, Team CoBro defeated Hunico & Camacho in 12:50 when Santino Marella defeated Camacho by submission with a Cobra Clutch. Zack Ryder in particular seemed to excel in this match and Santino and Ryder got the all-important victory that they needed after losing to the United States Champion Antonio Cesaro and Kassius Ohno this past week on Monday Night RAW. At Survivor Series Santino Marella and Zack Ryder will both be on Chris Jericho’s team in a Traditional Survivor Series match against Team Lesnar.
Match Rating: D-

Post-Show: Richie Steamboat versus Leo Kruger
In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Richie Steamboat defeated Leo Kruger in 13:10 by pinfall with a Flying Cross Body. This match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved, as the WWE Universe have little awareness of who exactly Leo Kruger is, and only really know Richie Steamboat as being the son of the legendary Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat. Richie Steamboat seemed to be adored by audiences whilst on NXT, but it will likely take some time before he is as well known and respected on the bigger stage.
Match Rating: E-

Final Show Rating: C+


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Friday, Week 2, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown!:


Non-Title: World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus versus Alberto Del Rio
This past Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Sheamus defeated the Big Show to successfully retain the World Heavyweight Championship, and tonight on Friday Night SmackDown Sheamus will be in action in the evening’s non-title main event as he will take on the Mexican Aristocrat Alberto Del Rio. This match was announced yesterday via a tweet sent out by SmackDown General Manager Booker T and in a tout first broadcast last night on WWE Superstars Alberto Del Rio claimed that he would defeat Sheamus tonight. Alberto Del Rio seems to be in a particularly bad mood this week after he lost to Randy Orton this past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. Del Rio’s ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez will likely accompany Del Rio to the ring tonight on SmackDown and Sheamus will also have to have eyes in the back of his head at points as Rodriguez has been known to get involved in his employer Del Rio’s matches. Both Sheamus and Del Rio have disdain for one another following their rivalry over the World Heavyweight Championship over the Summer in which Del Rio tried to get Sheamus’s Brogue Kick banned only for Booker T to overturn his decision which led to Sheamus defeating Del Rio to retain the World title not only at Summerslam but also at the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View last month. Sheamus also got another victory over Del Rio just last week on SmackDown in tag team action as Sheamus and Randy Orton defeated the team of the Big Show and Del Rio in the evening’s tag team main event. A win for Del Rio tonight could well put him next in line at a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship, a title that Del Rio believes he is destined to win at some stage in his career. However, the Big Show will likely be in a foul mood tonight on SmackDown following his loss on Sunday and the Big Show will want to do anything in his power to receive another Championship opportunity. Randy Orton gained some important revenge on Del Rio at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View and he too will likely want to step into the World Heavyweight Championship picture.

Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston versus The Miz
Kofi Kingston, the reigning WWE Intercontinental Champion and a four-time Champion and that, got yet another victory over the Miz this past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View in the Miz’s contractual rematch following losing the title to Kingston a few weeks ago. It would appear that Kofi Kingston as the Miz’s number, and Kingston will be looking for his fourth victory over the Miz in under a month tonight on Friday Night SmackDown as the pair will go one on one yet again, this time in non-title action. A victory for the Miz tonight may well earn him yet another shot to win back the Intercontinental title. The Miz was victorious last week on SmackDown in a singles match against Christian in what was Christian’s first match back after several months on the sidelines due to an injury suffered at the hands of the reigning WWE United States Champion Antonio Cesaro.

Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No versus Team Rhodes Scholars
This past Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View Daniel Bryan and Kane, the team collectively known as Team Hell No, defeated the Team Rhodes Scholars pairing of Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow to successfully retain their WWE Tag Team Championships. Tonight on Friday Night SmackDown Team Hell no will take on Team Rhodes Scholars once again, this time in non-title action. If Rhodes and Sandow are able to pick up a non-title victory over the most dysfunctional WWE Tag Team Champions in history Team Hell No tonight, then they may well earn themselves another opportunity to challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championships.

Ezekiel versus The Big Show
The Largest Athlete in the World the Big Show is likely to be in a very bad mood tonight on Friday Night SmackDown after he failed to win the World Heavyweight Championship this past Sunday at the WWE Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View as Sheamus defeated the Big Show to successfully retain the World Heavyweight Championship. The Big Show may well look to take all of his frustrations out tonight on Friday Night SmackDown as he takes on Ezekiel Jackson. Tonight will be Ezekiel’s first match on SmackDown in several months and he will need to perform better than he did last night on Superstars when he lost to 3MB member Jinder Mahal.






Tyson Kidd versus Heath Slater
Speaking of 3MB, one of the members of the so called “Three Man Band” Heath Slater will be in action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown as he will take on the last ever graduate of the famed Hart Family Dungeon in Tyson Kidd. Although Slater will compete in singles competition tonight on SmackDown his fellow 3MB band mates Jinder Mahal and Drew McIntyre may well accompany Slater to ringside. Last week on SmackDown Tyson Kidd was unsuccessful as he faced SmackDown’s Money in the Bank winner Dolph Ziggler in a losing effort, and Kidd will be looking for a better performance against Slater tonight.

Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Eve versus Layla
We learnt this past week on Monday Night RAW that at the Survivor Series Pay-Per-View the WWE Divas Champion Eve will lead a team in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination match against a team captained by Kaitlyn. We learnt on RAW that Eve’s team do far consists of Beth Phoenix, Natalya and Kharma, with one spot still to be filled. Kelly Kelly revealed that she would be a part of Team Kaitlyn on RAW and Layla also tweeted earlier this week to announce that she would also join Kaitlyn’s team. Eve will face Layla in non-title action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown!


Quick Picks:
Non-Title: World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus versus Alberto Del Rio
Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston versus The Miz
Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No versus Team Rhodes Scholars
Ezekiel versus The Big Show
Tyson Kidd versus Heath Slater
Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Eve versus Layla

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Non-Title: World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus versus Alberto Del Rio
Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston versus The Miz
Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No versus Team Rhodes Scholars
Ezekiel versus The Big Show
Tyson Kidd versus Heath Slater
Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Eve versus Layla
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Friday, Week 2, October, 2012



WWE Friday Night SmackDown (Live from Madison Square Garden (NY), 20,000 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Tamina versus Natalya
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Natalya defeated Tamina in 17:47 by submission with a Sharpshooter. Tamina was visibly tiring towards the end of this match which led to Natalya picking up the victory.
Match Rating: C-

Pre-Show: Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu versus The Ascension
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Trent & Yoshi defeated The Ascension in 17:52 when Trent Barreta defeated Kenneth Cameron by pinfall with a Gobstopper Knee. This match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved as Conor O’Brian and Kenneth Cameron of the Ascension are only really known from their time on NXT. The WWE Universe will likely take some time to get to know the Ascension.
Match Rating: E+

Pre-Show: Christian versus David Otunga
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Christian defeated David Otunga in 18:18 by pinfall with a Killswitch. Just as she did last night on WWE Superstars, Natalya accompanied David Otunga to ringside for this match.
Match Rating: B-









Friday Night SmackDown begins with Randy Orton coming to the ring. Orton takes a microphone and says that it’s great to be back in Madison Square Garden, an arena where he had his first ever Wrestlemania match. Orton says that this past Sunday at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View he defeated Alberto Del Rio, and announces that SmackDown General Manager Booker T has chosen Orton to lead a team against a team led by Alberto Del Rio at Survivor Series in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination match. Orton says that by the end of the night we will know his team. Alberto Del Rio and Ricardo Rodriguez then rush to the ring and the pair attack Orton before Del Rio picks up the microphone and says that by the end of tonight we will also know his Survivor Series team. Del Rio also says that he will defeat the World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus in tonight’s non-title main event.
Rating: A

Non-Title: WWE Divas Champion Eve versus Layla
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Eve defeated Layla in 6:55 by pinfall with a Moonsault. At Survivor Series the Divas Champion Eve will lead a team against a team captained by Kaitlyn in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination match. We learnt on Monday Night RAW that Kelly Kelly will be on Team Kaitlyn, as will Eve’s opponent tonight, Layla.
Match Rating: B-

Following Eve’s victory she says that she would like to announce the final member of her Survivor Series team as being Aksana, and Aksana then joins Eve in the ring. Eve reminds the WWE Universe that her team in full will be Aksana, Beth Phoenix, Natalya and Kharma. Kaitlyn then comes to the ring and tells Eve that she has also decided her full team, and that it will consist of Layla, Kelly Kelly, Tamina and Alicia Fox.
Rating: C-

Non-Title: WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No versus Team Rhodes Scholars
In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Team Hell No defeated Team Rhodes Scholars in 7:50 when Daniel Bryan defeated Damien Sandow by submission with a LeBell Lock. The WWE Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan and Kane will be on Randy Orton’s team at Survivor Series whilst Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow will be on Alberto Del Rio’s team.
Match Rating: C


Following the conclusion of the match Alberto Del Rio and Ricardo Rodriguez once again rush to the ring and Del Rio knocks Kane out of the ring, allowing Del Rio, Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow to attack Daniel Bryan. Ricardo Rodriguez screams in celebration as Del Rio and Team Rhodes Scholars attack one half of the WWE Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan, before Kane makes his way back into the ring and Del Rio and his team mates quickly head to the back.
Rating: B-

Tyson Kidd versus Heath Slater
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Heath Slater defeated Tyson Kidd in 7:36 by pinfall with an E-minor. Heath Slater seems to be improving in terms of connecting with the WWE Universe and the 3MB member picked up another all-important victory here tonight over a game Tyson Kidd.
Match Rating: C

Theodore Long comes to the entrance-way with a microphone in hand and announces that as the assistant to SmackDown General Manager Booker T he is pleased to announce that at Survivor Series Sheamus will once again put his World Heavyweight Championship on the line against the Big Show, and that the Big Show will be in action tonight on Friday Night SmackDown as will Sheamus, when he will take on Alberto Del Rio in the evening’s non-title main event.
Rating: B-

Ezekiel versus The Big Show
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Big Show defeated Ezekiel in 8:02 by pinfall with a Choke Slam. Kaitlyn accompanied Ezekiel Jackson to ringside for this match.
Match Rating: C

Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Booker T comes to the ring following the Big Show’s victory to tell him that if he interferes in tonight’s non-title main event between the World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus and Alberto Del Rio then he will be stripped of his title shot at Survivor Series.
Rating: B-




Non-Title: WWE Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston versus The Miz
In a bout that featured great action and great heat from the audience, Kofi Kingston defeated The Miz in 8:04 by pinfall with a S.O.S. The Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston will be on Randy Orton’s team at Survivor Series whilst the Miz will compete on Alberto Del Rio’s team.
Match Rating: B

R-Truth comes to the ring following Kingston’s victory to congratulate his friend, before announcing that he will also be on Randy Orton’s team at Survivor Series. Dolph Ziggler then comes to the entrance-way along with Vickie Guerrero and announces that he will be a part of Alberto Del Rio’s team at Survivor Series.
Rating: B-

Non-Title: World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus versus Alberto Del Rio
In a bout that featured great action and great heat from the audience, Sheamus defeated Alberto Del Rio in 7:44 by pinfall with a Brogue Kick. Ricardo Rodriguez accompanied Del Rio to ringside for this match.
Match Rating: B

Post-Show: The Uso’s versus Hunico and Camacho
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, The Uso's defeated Hunico & Camacho in 13:23 when Jey Uso defeated Hunico by pinfall with an Alley-Us. Jey Uso was really off his game tonight but the excellent chemistry of the twin brothers Jimmy and Jey Uso meant that they were still able to pick up the victory here after Jey Uso pinned Hunico.
Match Rating: D-

Post-Show: Sin Cara versus Drew McIntyre
In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Sin Cara defeated Drew McIntyre in 13:22 by pinfall with a La Mística. There were times during this match when there was a lack of psychology on display.
Match Rating: D+

Final Show Rating: B





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Monday, Week 3, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW:


Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus Mason Ryan
At the Survivor Series Pay-Per-View next month, in November, CM Punk will put the WWE Championship on the line in a Last Man Standing match against the former ten time WWE Champion, John Cena. Tonight, in Monday Night RAW’s non-title main event, the WWE Champion will be in action against the Welsh powerhouse, Mason Ryan. At Survivor Series Mason Ryan will be on Chris Jericho’s team, along with Ryback, Santino Marella and Zack Ryder in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match against Brock Lesnar’s team of the WWE United States Champion Antonio Cesaro, Kassius Ohno, Tensai and Jack Swagger. It appears that CM Punk, Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman are all aligned with one another now due to Heyman’s associations with both Punk and Lesnar, and one can only assume that Lesnar will be hoping for Punk to do him a big favour tonight in weakening Mason Ryan, possibly even injuring the relative rookie, before Survivor Series. Last week on RAW Mason Ryan competed in his first match on RAW in several months, losing to one of his opponents at Survivor Series in Tensai. CM Punk on the other hand was victorious in last week’s RAW non-title main event as he defeated Chris Jericho in a stellar match. John Cena will likely be watching this match closely as he scouts his opponent at Survivor Series CM Punk, looking to pick up any information on Punk that may aid him in what is sure to be a vicious Last Man Standing match at Survivor Series. Cena also has the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero to deal with, however, as Vickie continues to make AJ Lee’s life difficult following Vickie forcing AJ to loser her job as RAW General Manager and attempting to solidify the rumours that AJ had a romantic affair with John Cena. CM Punk and Mason Ryan do have history with one another as it was CM Punk who originally brought Mason Ryan to the WWE when he was the leader of the New Nexus.




US Champion Antonio Cesaro & Kassius Ohno vs. Santino Marella & Zack Ryder
At Survivor Series the United States Champion Antonio Cesaro will join his associate Kassius Ohno, Tensai and Jack Swagger on Brock Lesnar’s team in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match to take on Chris Jericho’s team of Santino Marella, Zack Ryder, Ryback and Mason Ryan. Tonight on Monday Night RAW Cesaro will once again team with Kassius Ohno, who made his RAW debut last week, in a tag team match against the team of Santino Marella and Zack Ryder, affectingly known as “Team CoBro”. Tweets sent out by both Cesaro and Ohno during the past week has suggested that they are to be known in tag team action as the “Kings of Wrestling”.

Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus JTG and Michael McGillicutty
Last week on Monday Night RAW Brodus Clay and Alex Riley teamed up for the first time to defeat the team of JTG and Michael McGillicutty. Tonight on RAW we will see a rematch of last week’s tag team encounter as these two fledgling teams will face one another again. Another victory for Brodus Clay and Alex Riley could well see them be considered for an opportunity to challenge Daniel Bryan and Kane, collectively known as Team Hell No, for the WWE Tag Team Championships.

Chris Jericho versus Tensai
At Survivor Series Chris Jericho will lead the team of Santino Marella, Zack Ryder, Ryback and Mason Ryan in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match against the team of Brock Lesnar, the United States Champion Antonio Cesaro, Kassius Ohno, Jack Swagger and Tensai. Tonight on Monday Night RAW Jericho will be in action against one of his opponents at Survivor Series in Tensai. Last week on RAW Jericho competed in his first match back in several months as he faced the WWE Champion CM Punk in the evening’s non-title main event, but was unable to pick up the all-important victory. Jericho will be hoping for more success tonight against Tensai.

Ryback versus Jack Swagger
The almost unstoppable Ryback will be in action tonight on Monday Night RAW as he will take on the “All American American” Jack Swagger for the second week in a row. Ryback and Swagger will be opponents at Survivor Series as Ryback will join Santino Marella, Zack Ryder and Mason Ryan on Chris Jericho’s team in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match against Brock Lesnar’s team of the United States Champion Antonio Cesaro, Kassius Ohno, Tensai and Jack Swagger. Ryback defeated Swagger last week on RAW and will be looking to achieve the same again tonight against the former World Heavyweight Champion Swagger.

Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix
For the past two weeks on Monday Night RAW Kelly Kelly has returned with a vengeance and shown why she is a former WWE Divas Champion by defeating the “Glamazon” Beth Phoenix. Tonight on RAW Kelly Kelly will take on Beth Phoenix for the third week in a row looking for a hat-trick of victories over Beth Phoenix, a former Divas Champion in her own right. Both Kelly and Beth Phoenix would love to receive the opportunity to challenge Eve for the WWE Divas Championship, but it would appear that Beth’s chances rate higher than Kelly’s due to Kelly Kelly’s hostile relationship with the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero. Kelly and Beth will also be opponents at Survivor Series as Kelly will join Layla, Alicia Fox and Tamina on Kaitlyn’s team in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match against the Divas Champion Eve and her team of Beth Phoenix, Natalya, Kharma and Aksana.


Quick Picks:
Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus Mason Ryan
US Champion Antonio Cesaro & Kassius Ohno vs. Santino Marella & Zack Ryder
Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus JTG and Michael McGillicutty
Chris Jericho versus Tensai
Ryback versus Jack Swagger
Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix



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WWE Monday Night RAW (Live from the Prudential Center (NJ), 16,186 in Attendance)

Pre-Show: Richie Steamboat versus Curt Hawkins
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Richie Steamboat defeated Curt Hawkins in 18:02 by pinfall with a Flying Cross Body. This match needed to be a lot shorter given who was involved.
Match Rating: D

Pre-Show: The Road Dogg versus Tyler Reks
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Tyler Reks defeated The Road Dogg in 17:33 by pinfall with a Burning Hammer. The Road Dogg was visibly tiring towards the end of this match.
Match Rating: D+

Pre-Show: John Cena versus Dean Ambrose
In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, John Cena defeated Dean Ambrose in 18:06 by submission with a STF. This match was too long given who was involved.
Match Rating: B-













Monday Night RAW begins with the WWE Champion CM Punk making his way to the ring. Punk takes a microphone and proclaims that at the Survivor Series Pay-Per-View next month he will celebrate the one year anniversary of his title run by defeating John Cena in their Last Man Standing match to once again successfully retain the WWE Championship. Brock Lesnar then joins CM Punk in the ring and the pair shake hands before Punk passes Lesnar the microphone. Lesnar says that at Survivor Series his team of the WWE United States Champion Antonio Cesaro, Kassius Ohno, Tensai and Jack Swagger will defeat Chris Jericho’s team of Ryback, Mason Ryan, Santino Marella and Zack Ryder in the Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match. Lesnar goes on to say that Mason Ryan may not even make it to Survivor Series as he will be facing the WWE Champion CM Punk in tonight’s non-title main event, a match announced on Twitter over the weekend by the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero. Punk agrees with Lesnar that he will do all he can to take out Mason Ryan tonight, and the pair then leave the ring together.
Rating: B+

Kelly Kelly versus Beth Phoenix
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Kelly Kelly defeated Beth Phoenix in 8:01 by pinfall with a K2. Kelly Kelly seemed off her game tonight but was still able to defeat Beth Phoenix for the third week in a row.
Match Rating: C+

After the match Kelly takes a microphone and says that at Survivor Series Kaitlyn’s team of Kelly, Alicia Fox, Tamina and Layla will defeat the Divas Champion Eve and her team of Beth Phoenix, Natalya, Kharma and Aksana. Kelly says that Team Kaitlyn will be representing AJ Lee at Survivor Series as they don’t agree with the way Vickie Guerrero stole her job. Kharma then joins Kelly in the ring and the pair once again stare intently at one another before Kelly cautiously leaves the ring.
Rating: C-

US Champion Antonio Cesaro & Kassius Ohno vs. Santino Marella & Zack Ryder
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Kings of Wrestling defeated Team CoBro in 7:54 when Antonio Cesaro defeated Zack Ryder by pinfall with a K.R.S. O.N.E. For the second week in a row Cesaro and Ohno showed excellent chemistry when teaming together and that should help Team Lesnar at Survivor Series.
Match Rating: C+

John Cena comes to the ring and says that he knows he has a Last Man Standing match with CM Punk at Survivor Series for the WWE Championship but he is still upset at the way Vickie Guerrero stole AJ Lee’s job. AJ then joins Cena in the ring and says that although the rumours of their affair were untrue, she has really got to know Cena during the past few weeks and wants him to focus on becoming the new WWE Champion, and not to worry about her getting her old job back. AJ then kisses Cena before heading to the back, leaving Cena looking shocked.
Rating: C

Chris Jericho versus Tensai
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Chris Jericho defeated Tensai in 8:23 by pinfall with a Codebreaker. These two will again be opponents at Survivor Series in the Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match.
Match Rating: B-

The Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero comes to the ring and says that what we saw earlier between John Cena and AJ Lee was proof that they have been having an affair. Vickie says that it’s a good job she’s in charge now, not the irresponsible, crazy AJ.
Rating: B

Ryback versus Jack Swagger
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Ryback defeated Jack Swagger in 7:42 by pinfall with a Suplex Powerslam. Vickie Guerrero stayed at ringside with Swagger for this match.
Match Rating: C

We cut backstage to find Chris Jericho talking to one of his team mates at Survivor Series, Mason Ryan. Jericho reminds Ryan that his match against CM Punk in tonight’s Monday Night RAW non-title main event is the biggest match of his career. Jericho tells Ryan that he’ll accompany him to the ring tonight, as Lesnar and Punk could plan to take out Mason Ryan before Survivor Series. There is then a knock at the door, and Trish Stratus walks in. Jericho tells Ryan he’ll see him later, and smiles to Trish. Jericho also tells the camera man to get out, as he and Trish have some private business to attend to.
Rating: B+


Brodus Clay and Alex Riley versus JTG and Michael McGillicutty
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Brodus & Riley defeated JTG & McGillicutty in 7:47 when Brodus Clay defeated JTG by submission. Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler note on commentary that with Clay and Riley having won on Monday Night RAW for the second week in a row, they deserve a shot at the WWE Tag Team Championships. Michael Cole, however, still seems unconvinced.
Match Rating: C

Chris Jericho and Mason Ryan come to the ring, ready for Mason Ryan’s main event non-title match against the WWE Champion CM Punk. Surprisingly, Monday Night RAW then has a special appearance from Mr. McMahon, as he struts to the ring. McMahon tells Jericho that at Survivor Series he’s fighting for the honour of the WWE itself after what Lesnar did to Triple H at Summerslam. Brock Lesnar then comes to the ring and smiles at both McMahon and Jericho before kicking Mason Ryan in the groin, leaving him in a weakened condition prior to the main event. Lesnar then runs out of the ring before Jericho or McMahon can retaliate.
Rating: B

Non-Title: WWE Champion CM Punk versus Mason Ryan
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, CM Punk defeated Mason Ryan in 12:35 by submission with an Anaconda Vice. JR notes on commentary that Mason Ryan put up the performance of his career tonight despite losing to the WWE Champion.
Match Rating: B+

Following the conclusion of Monday Night RAW’s non-title main event Paul Heyman joins CM Punk in the ring, handing him the WWE Championship, and the pair celebrate over the fallen Mason Ryan to end the show.
Rating: B

Backstage Fallout: Richie Steamboat can be seen talking about how excited he is to be given an opportunity in the WWE following his time on NXT. He is then attacked from behind by Peter Orlov, who says that he won’t let anybody get an opportunity before him.
Rating: F+


Backstage Fallout: Mike Dalton can be seen getting out of another rental car. Dalton says that as soon as he has his debut on Monday Night RAW he will buy himself a better car.
Rating: F-

Backstage Fallout: The Road Dogg can be seen fulfilling his backstage duties by looking over notes for the show, when once again the intimidating Brodie Lee shouts at the Road Dogg, demanding that he be given a match soon.
Rating: D+

Final Show Rating: B



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Smasher1311: 1/3
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Tuesday, Week 3, October, 2012


The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE NXT:


Xavier Woods versus Bray Wyatt
Tonight’s NXT main event will see the exciting and charismatic Xavier Woods in action against the mysterious Bray Wyatt, who we have not seen on NXT in several weeks. Two weeks ago on NXT Xavier Woods took part in his debut match on NXT in a losing effort to the veteran William Regal, returning to in-ring competition following several months as an announcer on NXT. Despite losing the match to Regal, Xavier Woods put up a good effort and showed courage before the match when he was being spoken down to by William Regal, a confrontation which ended with the veteran from Blackpool, England, Regal slapping Xavier Woods across the face. Last week on NXT Regal and Xavier Woods got into a confrontation again at the beginning of the show, with Regal once again disrespecting Xavier Woods and claiming that the NXT newcomer isn’t good enough to deserve another match with Regal, who has held over twenty Championships in his WWE career. Xavier Woods has another tough battle on his hands tonight on NXT as the NXT Commissioner Dusty Rhodes has given him a match against Bray Wyatt. We do know that Bray Wyatt is a strange character and seems to be almost prophetic when addressing the NXT Universe, and can often be seen in a trance-like state talking about his “revolution”. We have only seen Bray Wyatt in competition on NXT a few times, but when we have he has looked extremely aggressive, making short work of his opponents. As well as looking to impress the NXT Commissioner Dusty Rhodes in tonight’s main event, both Woods and Wyatt will know that the NXT main event is always being closely watched by both the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero as well as the Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Booker T. In addition to this, both Xavier Woods and Bray Wyatt would love nothing more than to receive an opportunity to challenge Seth Rollins for the NXT Championship, and a win in tonight’s main event for either man could well elevate them into the title picture. William Regal will also likely be paying close attention to tonight’s main event, following his altercations with Xavier Woods over the past few weeks. Xavier Woods will know that a first NXT victory for him tonight may well lead to William Regal finally being forced into showing him some respect and perhaps even giving Woods the rematch against Regal that he asked for last week.

Non-Title: NXT Champion Seth Rollins versus Briley Pierce
Last week in NXT’s main event we saw Briley Pierce make his in-ring debut on NXT as he joined William Regal and Percy Watson in challenging Seth Rollins for the NXT Championship in a Fatal Four-Way match. Rollins defeated Regal, Pierce and Watson last week to make his second successful defence of his NXT Championship, pinning Briley Pierce in the process. Tonight Briley Pierce will compete in his first ever singles match on NXT when he takes on the NXT Champion Seth Rollins in non-title action. Before last week’s show Briley Pierce was just a backstage interviewer on NXT but he has been training to be a professional wrestler for some time and has some pedigree running through his veins as he is the younger brother of the current holder of the Friday Night SmackDown Money in the Bank briefcase, and WWE Superstar, Dolph Ziggler. We learnt last week in Pierce’s NXT debut that he shares a lot of his brother’s personality traits as he showed off in several key moments during the main event. This is an important match for Briley Pierce and he knows that a victory over the NXT Champion Seth Rollins, albeit only in non-title action, may well lead to the NXT Commissioner Dusty Rhodes giving Pierce an opportunity to challenge for the NXT Championship at a point down the line. Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero and Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Booker T will also likely be watching this match closely, and due to Vickie’s association with Pierce’s brother Dolph Ziggler in particular, it may not be long before Briley Pierce is given an opportunity on Monday Night RAW.
















Naomi versus Raquel Diaz
Finally, Divas action on tonight’s edition of NXT will see Naomi, the former “Funkadaktyll” of Brodus Clay, will take on the daughter of the late, great Eddie Guerrero, and the star of the “Exfoliating Ugliness Tour”, Raquel Diaz. Since Brodus Clay has decided to go it along on Monday Night RAW, no longer being accompanied to the ring by the beautiful dancers Cameron and Naomi, and focus instead on his newly found tag team with Alex Riley, Naomi has decided to train to be an in-ring Diva instead, and last week on NXT she competed in her first ever match against Paige. The more experienced Diva from Norwich, England, Paige, defeated Naomi last week but Naomi showed great athleticism at points towards the match and will look to continue to show improvement as she takes on Raquel Diaz tonight. Raquel Diaz continued her now infamous “Exfoliating Ugliness Tour” last week on NXT when she came to the ring whilst Caylee Turner was having a confrontation with the man eater, Maxine. Raquel Diaz joined Maxine in being bitchy towards Caylee Turner, and it appears that Raquel Diaz does not feel very friendly towards any of the Divas on NXT. As the daughter of the late Eddie Guerrero, the Hall of Famer, wrestling clearly runs in Raquel Diaz’s family and with her mother Vickie Guerrero as the Managing Supervisor of Monday Night RAW, it may not be long until we see Raquel Diaz get an opportunity to compete in front of the WWE Universe on either Monday Night RAW or Friday Night SmackDown!



Quick Picks:
Xavier Woods versus Bray Wyatt
Non-Title: NXT Champion Seth Rollins versus Briley Pierce
Naomi versus Raquel Diaz


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WWE NXT (Live from the Savannah Center Promenade (GA), 400 in Attendance)



NXT begins with the NXT Champion Seth Rollins making his way to the ring. The NXT Universe clearly love Rollins as the first ever NXT Champion takes a microphone from the ringside area. Rollins reminds us that last week in NXT’s main event, he made the second successful defence of his NXT Championship as he defeated Percy Watson, Briley Pierce and William Regal in a Fatal Four-Way match. Rollins says that he loves being the first ever NXT Champion and was pleased to have defeated three men of such different challenges last week, in the wily veteran William Regal, the highly athletic Percy Watson and the charismatic, sometimes overly talkative, Briley Pierce. Rollins notes that the NXT Commissioner Dusty Rhodes has put him in a non-title match with Briley Pierce tonight, after Rollins pinned Pierce last week in the Fatal Four-Way match. Seth Rollins says that last week was Pierce’s in-ring debut, and before that he was simply a backstage interviewer on NXT. Rollins says that he had been interviews by Pierce many times in the past few months on NXT, and saw Pierce to be a stand-up guy, he never had a problem with him, but he wasn’t particularly noticeable either. Rollins says that last week on NXT we saw a different side to Briley Pierce, one that shows just how similar he can be, personality wise, to his older brother Dolph Ziggler. Rollins says that he’s pleased that Pierce is embracing his charismatic side and even showed off at points during last week’s main event, akin to Friday Night SmackDown’s Money in the Bank winner, and Pierce’s older brother Dolph Ziggler. However, says Rollins, he doesn’t want Pierce to think that he can use him as a stepping stone tonight, or that he will hope that Ziggler’s relationship with the Monday Night RAW Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero will allow him to jump ahead of Rollins straight into the WWE. Rollins says that he wants to remind everyone that he is the NXT Champion, and that tonight is only Briley Pierce’s second match, and that Rollins will defeat Pierce tonight, continuing his tremendous run, and prove that he is a stepping stone for no man. Seth Rollins says that two weeks ago on NXT he teamed with Richie Steamboat to defeat two of NXT’s biggest Superstars in Calvin Raines and Big E Langston, and that the fact that Richie Steamboat is now touring with the RAW roster and Raines and Langston aren’t shows that size isn’t everything. Rollins says that he’s proud to be the NXT Champion and will remain on NXT whilst he is Champion, as he wants to forge the best legacy that he can before he enters the main WWE roster. Bray Wyatt then comes to the entrance-way, as usual looking possessed. Wyatt says to Rollins that in tonight’s NXT main event he will defeat the young and uneducated being that is Xavier Woods and then he will bring his entire family to feast on the NXT Champion. Bray Wyatt says that it’s been a while since he’s been here on NXT, but that he’s here now and his prophecy is almost complete. Wyatt says that he wants the NXT Championship.
Rating: C-

Naomi versus Raquel Diaz
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Raquel Diaz defeated Naomi in 8:02 by pinfall with a Frogsplash. Raquel Diaz continued her “Exfoliating Ugliness Tour” on NXT tonight by handing Naomi her second loss in as many weeks after Naomi lost on her NXT debut to Paige last week. Naomi, the former “Funkadakyll” dance partner of Monday Night RAW’s Brodus Clay, showed some great signs of athleticism during the match, likely helped by her professional dancing background, but was unable to pick up her first win. The Daughter of the late, great Eddie Guerrero, Raquel Diaz, ultimately picked up the win with the signature Guerrero Frogsplash.
Match Rating: F+

Xavier Woods, the young upstart, makes his way to the ring and is quick to retrieve a microphone from the ringside area. Woods says that in tonight’s NXT main event he has been given another huge opportunity by the NXT Commissioner Dusty Rhodes as tonight he will take on Bray Wyatt. Woods says that earlier on whilst Bray Wyatt was talking to the NXT Champion Seth Rollins he spoke as if it is a certainty that Wyatt will defeat Woods tonight and go on to challenge for the NXT Championship. Woods says that he is going to throw a huge spanner into the works tonight by defeating Bray Wyatt, winning on NXT for the first time, and put his name into the NXT Championship picture. William Regal then joins Woods in the ring and seems very angry. Regal says that two weeks ago on NXT he defeated Xavier Woods, shortly after slapping the taste out of his mouth. Regal then reminds the NXT Universe that last week on NXT Woods was complaining like a little girl, demanding a rematch against Regal. Regal says that last week he had bigger fish to fry as he was challenging for the NXT Championship in the main event. Woods says that he still wants a rematch against Regal, but Regal once again says that Woods isn’t worth it, and leaves the ring.
Rating: C

Non-Title: NXT Champion Seth Rollins versus Briley Pierce
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Seth Rollins defeated Briley Pierce in 7:33 by pinfall with a Fade to Black. The younger brother of Friday Night SmackDown’s Money in the Bank winner Dolph Ziggler, Briley Pierce, put up a decent effort tonight in only his second match on NXT but ultimately the NXT Champion Seth Rollins picked up the all-important victory.
Match Rating: D

Xavier Woods versus Bray Wyatt
In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Xavier Woods defeated Bray Wyatt in 8:06 by pinfall with a Crossbody. Bray Wyatt dominated for the majority of this match, using power moves to keep Xavier Woods down on the mat. However, Xavier Woods valiantly fought back and ended up getting the win in NXT’s main event, and his first ever win on NXT, after hitting Wyatt with a Crossbody from the top rope.
Match Rating: C-


Final Show Rating: C-


Prediction League Table:

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TracyBrooksFan: 3/6
Smasher1311: 1/3
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The following contests are confirmed to take place on tonight’s edition of WWE Superstars:








Christian versus David Otunga
Tonight’s main event on WWE Superstars will see “Captain Charisma” himself, Christian, in action as he takes on the only graduate of Harvard Law School to ever compete in the WWE, David Otunga. Christian returned to Friday Night SmackDown two weeks ago following the shoulder injury he suffered over the summer at the hands of the WWE United States Champion Antonio Cesaro. Christian’s return match on SmackDown two weeks ago was against the Miz, in a losing effort, as the Miz was able to pick up the victory over Christian. Tonight, the former two-time World Heavyweight Champion, four-time Intercontinental Champion and nine-time WWE Tag Team Champion will compete in his second match back since returning from injury against a former two-time WWE Tag Team Champion in his own right in David Otunga. Last week on WWE Superstars David Otunga was also in singles action, but he was unable to pick up the all-important victory in his match against the high-flying Mexican Sensation Sin Cara, who will be competing as a singles wrestler for the next few months following the knee injury Rey Mysterio suffered on Monday Night RAW a few weeks ago in the finals of the WWE Tag Team Championship Number One Contenders tournament, as Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara lost to the eventual tournament winners Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow, collectively known as Team Rhodes Scholars. Neither Christian or David Otunga were chosen to represent either Team Randy Orton or Team Alberto Del Rio in the Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match at next month’s WWE Survivor Series Pay-Per-View, and David Otunga in particular may be offended at Del Rio not selecting him as a member of his team given the history that the pair had over the Summer, with David Otunga helping Alberto Del Rio get the World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus’ Brogue Kick banned, only to see the decision overturned a few weeks later by Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Booker T. Christian may be a little disheartened that Randy Orton did not pick him to be on his team at Survivor Series after the history the pair had last summer as Christian and Randy Orton battled over the World Heavyweight Championship, with Christian losing the title to Randy Orton last August. Christian would love nothing more than to insert himself back into the World Heavyweight Championship picture, and a win tonight against Otunga on Superstars may show SmackDown General Manager Booker T that he is starting to shake off the ring rust caused by his injury and that he can possibly be considered for a future title opportunity. However, a victory for Otunga tonight over the former World Heavyweight Champion Christian would likely be the biggest victory of his young career, and may go some way to actually proving that Otunga can be just as feared as an in-ring competitor as he can as an attorney, where he is undefeated in legal cases.

Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu versus The Ascension
Kenneth Cameron and Conor O’Brian, known as the Ascension, will make their WWE debut tonight on WWE Superstars following their successful stint as a tag team on NXT. Kenneth Cameron, from England, and the terrifying Conor O’Brian, have been impressing many as of late with their unorthodox in-ring style and their ruthless aggression showed in competition. Their opponents tonight, Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu, teamed up for the very first time two weeks ago on WWE Superstars and were able to defeat the Mexican pairing of Hunico and Camacho, which was an extremely impressive tag team victory considering that Hunico and Camacho have known each other since they were very young and therefore have natural chemistry as tag team partners. The power advantage in this match will automatically go to the much stronger Ascension members of Conor O’Brian and Kenneth Cameron, and Conor O’Brian in particular is a very strong individual. However, Kenneth Cameron is also quite fast in the ring and their tag team finishing manoeuvre of the Fall of Man is impressive as both Cameron and O’Brian run at their opponent from different angles and O’Brian takes out the legs whilst Kenneth Cameron hits a spinning kick. It’s certainly a move to be watched out for tonight by Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu, who will rely on their athletic ability and nimble-fleeted feet and legs to kick at the Ascension tonight. Trent Barreta in particular is known for using the Gobstopper Knee to win matches, and the pace at which he runs at an opponent and forces his knee into the opponents face has been known to knock a man out. Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu have both been in the WWE for several years now, and although they are known by the WWE Universe, they have yet to really make waves in singles competition, with neither man coming close to winning a Championship thus far in their young careers. As a tag team, perhaps Barreta and Yoshi have found their calling.

Kaitlyn versus Tenille Tayla
At Survivor Series Kaitlyn will lead a team in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match as she will be joined by Layla, Kelly Kelly, Alicia Fox and Tamina to take on the WWE Divas Champion Eve and her team of Beth Phoenix, Natalya, Kharma and Aksana. Before the Divas battle it out at Survivor Series, however, Kaitlyn will be in action tonight on WWE Superstars as she will take on the debuting Tenille Tayla. Not much is known about Tenille Tayla other than she is an Australian Diva just signed to the WWE. Tonight is Kaitlyn’s first match since she lost her WWE Divas Championship match to Eve at the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View earlier this month and she will be looking to bounce back with a win against the newcomer Tenille Tayla.

Quick Picks:
Christian versus David Otunga
Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu versus The Ascension
Kaitlyn versus Tenille Tayla



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